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Audio Blend Tool Free

Blend various audio sources into one with this tool. This app supports audio folders/files/tone generators/white noise + echo/recording.Notice: The more items you use the more performant device you need.With this audio tool you can blend following…

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  • WiFi2BT Autoswitch

    Rating: 2.91/5 (11 votes)

    Tired of wasting time & money from unncessary data usage by manually switching between WiFi and Bluetooth? This widget automatically switches between WiFi & BT based on:- User defined location center point- User defined distance threshold…

    Cats:
    [Utilities]
  • Fake Name Generator

    Rating: 2.84/5 (44 votes)

    With 17 languages and 19 countries, the Fake Name Generator is the most advanced name generator application. Generate names, addresses, social security numbers, credit card numbers, occupations, UPS tracking numbers, and more absolutely free.

    Cats:
    [Utilities]
    [Entertainment]
  • Paranoid Android

    Rating: 2.77/5 (71 votes)

    Give your Android a chance to call home! Display your contact information when the device is locked, allowing the finder to contact you if you happen to lose it. Select yourself from your list of contacts, then select which information you want shown.…

    Cats:
    [Personal]
    [Health]
  • XPanel

    Rating: 2.65/5 (143 votes)

      XPanel allows quick and easy access to the following: 1. Wifi 2. Bluetooth 3. Sync 4. GPS 5. LED Flashlight (with light saber sound) 6. Device Info 7. Screen Brightness (Dimmer) 8. Battery Level 9. SD Card Free Storage 10. Ringtone, Media…

    Cats:
    [Utilities]
  • Turn It!

    Rating: 2.25/5 (4 votes)

    Turn it to put your mobile in silence and/or to stop data transfer!  This application uses the accelerometer to determine the rotation of your mobile and then do the actions: put the cell phone and/or stop the data…

    Cats:
    [Utilities]

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